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Stephanie Wray – The Benefits of Using Expressive Arts Along Your Mental Health Journey



I loved this conversation, for so many reasons, with Stephanie Wray, board certified art therapist, mental health counselor, expressive arts therapist, yoga teacher, educator, international speaker, and author. Please join us as we discuss:

  • Stephanie’s insights on the healing benefits of art therapy
  • her role as an expressive arts therapist
  • her philosophies on various art modalities and yoga as healing tools
  • the Art Flow Lounge and engaging in small manageable increments
  • and so much more!

Welcome to The Healing Place Podcast! I am your host, Teri Wellbrock. You can listen in on Pandora, iTunesBlubrrySpotify, iHeartRadio, Stitcher, Deezer, Google Podcasts, Amazon Music, and more, or directly on my website at www.teriwellbrock.com/podcasts/. You can also catch soundbites of our insightful interview on YouTube.

Bio:

“Stephanie Wray is an award-winning Board-Certified Art Therapist, Mental Health Counselor, Expressive Arts Therapist, Yoga Teacher and educator-teaching at elementary, intermediate and university levels. She is an international speaker and published author. Stephanie has worked as an artist and as an expressive arts facilitator for 28 years for her own health and healing and has spent thousands of hours both one on one and in communities to facilitate implementing the arts as part of their healing, in response to trauma and for better health. Stephanie is recognized a leader in her field through her work with a non-profit Stars of HOPE where she was the program manager and the first art therapist leading therapeutic art responses to 49 human and natural caused disasters.”

** Visit Stephanie’s website: https://www.stephaniewrayarts.com

Peace,

Teri

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Glenn Head – Graphic Novel: Chartwell Manor; & the Relationship Between Trauma, Healing, and Art



I feel so very grateful to have engaged is a profound and poetic conversation with Glenn Head, cartoonist and author, on his latest book release and its relevance in the trauma recovery arena. Please join us as we discuss:

  • Glenn’s insights on the art of drawing graphic novels
  • his philosophies on healing through art
  • his personal triumph over trauma journey
  • his latest book release of his graphic novel memoir Chartwell Manor
  • and so much more!

Welcome to The Healing Place Podcast! I am your host, Teri Wellbrock. You can listen in on Pandora, iTunesBlubrrySpotify, iHeartRadio, Stitcher, Deezer, Google Podcasts, Amazon Music, and more, or directly on my website at www.teriwellbrock.com/podcasts/. You can also catch soundbites of our insightful interview on YouTube.

Bio:

“Glenn Head was born in 1958 in Morristown, New Jersey, and began drawing comics when he was fourteen. In the early 1990s Head co-created (with cartoonist Kaz) and edited Snake Eyes, the Harvey-Award nominated cutting edge comix anthology series and he was a frequent contributor to the Fantagraphics’ comix anthology quarterly Zero Zero. From 2005 to 2010 Glenn edited and contributed to the Harvey and Eisner-nominated anthology HOTWIRE Comics and recently created his graphic epic, Chicago (2015).  He lives in New York City.”

** Visit Glenn’s website: http://glennohead.com/

Teri

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Book Launch Team: https://www.facebook.com/groups/unicornshadows


Stephanie & Emma Potter – Suicide Awareness



Welcome everyone! Thank you for joining us as Teri spends time with Emma & Stephanie Potter, discussing their non-profit agency Rob’s Kids, the impact of suicide on their lives, their healing journey thus far, art therapy, signs of depression, seeking help, their heroes, and so much more.

More info on Rob’s Kids mission and story can be found at: http://robskids.org/

Sammie could not stop loving on Emma so grandma snapped a pic of a Sammie kiss in action!

Be gentle with yourselves,

Teri . . . and Stephanie & Emma